What are the reasons some teachers have to reject adult beginners? (Please edit the title, I can't).
This is a matter that has been seen repeatedly here in different ways. When it comes to look for a teacher, it has been pointed out multiple times that some teachers don't teach adult beginners, and some of them simply don't teach adults at all.
It has been mentioned enough to make me think about the possible reasons a teacher can have to decide not to teach adults, but what are them exactly? Do adult learners learn more slowly than children? are they often unable to met their teacher expectations? maybe are children more dedicated?
It has been mentioned multiple times, but never heard the reasons of teachers themselves that decide to teach only children of a certain age.
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